Last week, Canada Post announced that they would be sending postage-paid postcards to households so that Canadians could keep in contact with their loved ones. Many Canadians have conversely decided to redirect their thoughts to the Prime Minister instead.
"Reminder to Canada Post employees: it’s a FEDERAL OFFENCE to tamper with, destroy, or not deliver Mail. Specifically, any of the ‘Miss You’ postcards being sent to Trudeau, demanding his resignation. Canadians have a right to voice their opinion & use the postcards as they wish," wrote one user on Twitter. Other users began polls asking others if they would do the same.
If you're interested in pursuing the same trend, send your thoughts to the following mailing address:
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation had some suggestions,
Here are a few key taxpayer issues for inspiration:
Canadians can’t afford ever increasing carbon taxes
Canada’s trillion-dollar debt is mortgaging our children’s futures
It’s time to cut off the $200,000 expense account for former governors general
Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 Canada
You can even send the postcard as certified mail to make sure it was successfully delivered (at your own cost!)